Commercial and Supporting Roles
Alison, Philanthropy Manager
“I love being part of such a passionate team all striving towards the same goal – of making every day the best it can be for patients”
As Philanthropy Manager, Alison’s role is different each day. One day she might be meeting a company about their sponsored bike ride, the next she might be working with the clinical teams to put together funding proposals.
Christine, Head Housekeeper
“We help and support each other – which is something that I really enjoy about my role”
As Head Housekeeper, Christine’s work is crucial in managing her team of housekeepers to ensure that Rowcroft’s Inpatient Unit and other buildings and facilities are clean and that infection control procedures are in place to keep our patients, families, staff and volunteers safe.
Claire, Head of People and Organisational Development
“I am constantly humbled by stories of the care we have provided and can thoroughly recommend Rowcroft as a great place to work”
As Head of People and Organisational Development, Claire’s work is crucial in delivering strategic aims and creating a culture that attracts the very best people, providing opportunities to grow.
Clare, People Experience Coordinator
“I feel lucky to work for an organisation that matches so well with my own values”
As People Experience Coordinator, Clare ensures employees, volunteers, and applicants have the best possible experience from their interactions with the hospice.
Chelsea, Deputy Manager for Totnes
“Knowing what Rowcroft does and how amazing our care is drives me to do the best job I can”
As Deputy Manager for Totnes, Chelsea plays a part in running the shop alongside volunteers, putting displays together, and even running the Rowcroft Retail Instagram account.
Graham, Maintenance technician
“We have a few jokes and a laugh and the families love to hear all about the history of the estate”
As Rowcroft’s ‘maintenance technician’, Graham tends to a wide variety of maintenance jobs at the hospice – he’s definitely a fixer! His role also involves driving patients from place to place, transporting them between our Inpatient Unit, patients’ homes, our Outpatient Centre, hospitals, GP surgeries and train stations.